To front money you don't expect to get back, refunded, or applied to future expenses (as in pulling cash out of your pocket).
I wanted to get that fish-food service, but I had to come up with $45 out-of-pocket.
Reasonably obscure punk band from Minnesota during the mid-eighties. Not skinhead, despite the name. They were just white and noisy, plain and simple.
Matilda fell on the beer in Richard's basement while White Noise repeated their first set.
Source of the word "pathetic." An almost predetermined likelihood that events will play out in a certain way. Resistance is futile (pathetic)... the 'stupidity' of trying to change things that are obviously going to go in a certain direction.
Manfred was overcome by the pathos in Hamlet
Jimmy saw the oil all over the road right in front of his car, so he stomped on the brakes and turned the wheel to avoid the concrete wall on the other side. How pathetic.
A person that, while bathing in a bathtub, farts and then either bites at or pops the resulting bubbles. I personally first heard this definition in the early 70s.
(bathroom door opens, howl of anguish, door slams) Mister, your wife's a DORK! I mean an ACTUAL DORK!
Short for flannel, the comfy wintertime fabric.
"Matilda sure looked hot in her new flan jammies, 'specially 'cause she forgot the pants."
A rude football fan.
That froob is so sauced on 3.2 he couldn't shut it to save his mother's life!
To accuse someone of a misdeed to an authority (as in pointing your finger at someone).
"They found the broken window and asked John about it. He started fingering Manfred right away, so they let him go and hauled Manfred in to talk about it."